Drug unit makes arrest in Kenosha after executing search warrant
A Kenosha man faces charges after being arrested as part of a Kenosha Drug Operations Group (KDOG) and Kenosha Police Department-Gang Unit operation Wednesday.
From a statement released by the Sheriff’s Department:
On Nov. 16 at approximately 9:40 a.m. members of the Kenosha Drug Operations Group, with the assistance of the Kenosha Police Dept-Gang Unit conducted a search warrant at 9002 Sheridan Rd lot#103. A 25-year-old suspect was taken into custody on five counts of delivery of cocaine, keeper of a drug house, possession with intent to deliver marijuana, and possession with intent to deliver cocaine. Seized from the residence was 116.6 grams of cocaine, 31.5 grams of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, digital scale, packaging materials, two computers, $972.88 in U.S. currency and components for an indoor grow operation, including grow lamps, electrical ballast, flexible ducting, vent fan, plant starter box, water filter and grow tent. The drugs seized are valued at approximately $9300. The suspect is currently custody in the county jail.